Tanglewood Stables Pumpkin Picking Hayrides Are Back!
Fall is in the air. It is such a great time of year to get outside and enjoy all that fall has to offer. There are so many great things to do during the fall season, but nothing can get you into the fall spirit more than hayrides and pumpkin patches. This October at Tanglewood […]
BY JAMIE LOBER Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, commonly referred to as OCD, is known as a neurobiological disturbance that seems to run in families. The American Academy of Pediatrics found that about one-third to one-half of the cases began in childhood and adolescence. They named traits of OCD as excessively washing hands or brushing teeth, repeating certain […]
Too Invested in Television?
Watching television is good entertainment, right? Especially in today’s time, with television shows that span many social groups, cultures, religions, and circumstances. With so many different representations, there is a television show for every individual to identify with, whether it is fiction or reality. But can such a leisure pursuit have our minds and emotions […]
Midtown Cafe & Dessertery: Your Neighborhood Restaurant and More
When it comes to local favorites, Midtown Cafe & Dessertery ranks high on this list. And for good reason. A locally owned restaurant, Midtown has been a staple in the community for over 30 years! Its endurance is credited to several factors, including – a great staff, a convenient location, a delicious menu, and it […]
Labels are important! One word boosted the total food sales by 5.9% in 2018 to reach $47.9 billion—“organic.” The difficulty for consumers lies in this label, dominating the market place with confusing variations, such as “Certified Organic,” “100% Organic,” “Made with Organic Ingredients,” and “Organic.” How can buyers thus differentiate between product healthfulness within a regulated organic […]
From the Heart: October 2019
Every now and then, I question if what I do with the magazine really matters. Do people find value in what we pour our hearts and souls into month after month? And then along comes someone out of the blue. A complete stranger that was thoughtful enough to stop me on my daily walk at the […]
So You Want to be a Volunteer Fire Fighter?
How many kids, when asked what they want to be when they grow up, say they want to be a firefighter? According to statistics, being a firefighter is the second-most wished-for career; a professional athlete was first. Given the fact that volunteer firefighters are a large percentage of the nation’s total number of firefighters, many […]
Pretty In Pink Foundation “When Breast Cancer Is Present…And Health Insurance Is Not’”
In the U.S., 1 in every 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, along with 2700 men each year; those are just statistics until you or someone you love is that “one.” For the women and men who hear, “You have breast cancer,” the journey to overcoming this disease is a […]
“Fido,” “Tom,” “Thumper,” or “Fawkes”: Choosing the Family’s First Pet
“Please, please, pretty please! Can we have a unicorn, a tiger, or a dog?” Yes, the request overflowing with angelic pleading and promises may be a question you are currently debating! Animals, as seen on television or playing with a neighborhood child in the yard, create a romantic vision of companionship. Almost 70% of American […]
Let the “Son” Shine “Never Forsaking Us”
“No one will be able to stand up against you all the days of your life. As I was with Moses, so I will be with you; I will never leave you nor forsake you.’” ~ Joshua 1:5 Never has there been a greater model for friendship than Jesus Christ. Jesus was always there when He […]